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Overcoming Online Obstacles On Your Path to Success

Internet marketing can make or break your business. From email campaigns to social media content, online marketing is both competitive and technical. While the Internet increases the possibility of reaching a global audience, it can be a difficult path to navigate. According to Jared Hecht with the Huffington Post, “Online marketing is crucial to a […]

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The Results Are In: Only 7% Say Career Path Led Where They Envisioned

In July, we asked our readers how different their career path has been from what they envisioned,and only 7% say they are exactly where they thought they’d be. In stark contrast, the vast majority of respondents said their career path has led them somewhere completely different than what they envisioned. The rest of the results […]

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Realizing the Dream of Entrepreneurial Success

Entrepreneurship is strong in North America. The U.S. and Canada have the highest levels of entrepreneurial activity in the world. If the thought of working for yourself and following your dream is appealing, here are seven important questions to consider: Do you have the personality traits to run a business? You’ve probably heard that entrepreneurs […]

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New Poll Shows Canada’s Unemployed are Increasingly Stuck

The State of Canada’s Unemployed-Third Annual National Survey: 36% Have Given Up Looking for a Job Express Employment Professionals recently released the third annual State of the Unemployed national survey which shows Canada’s unemployed are increasingly stuck-with difficulty getting interviews and work. Canada’s unemployed are now out of work for an average of 16 months, compared […]

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New Research: First Generation Millennials and the American Dream

Express Employment Professionals recently teamed up with the School of Media and Strategic Communications at Oklahoma State University (OSU) in Stillwater, OK, to conduct research about Millennials and their attitudes toward the American Dream. Also known as “Gen Y,” Millennials were born between 1979 and 1995 and currently make up 30% of the population. According […]

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5 Universal Truths Successful Leaders Live By

In a Gallup survey of more than 7,200 adults, nearly half of the participants admitted they have left a job to get away from their manager. It’s an unsettling statistic and one that really begins to scratch the surface of the impact that leadership—good and bad—can have on a company, its people, and overall success. […]

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Teamwork Lessons from Football Legends

If there were a national championship for workplace team performance, would your team be in it to win it—or would they miss the playoffs? While individual achievement is important, teamwork is critical to a company’s success. So, how do you get your workers to pull together as a team? Take some tips from these professional football […]

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4 Ways Your Employees Make You a Better Leader

Sometimes the student becomes the master. Your employees are a treasure trove of learning opportunities that can help you become a better leader and build a more positive working environment by giving you the insight you need to: Build a better hiring process Who better to critique your hiring and on-boarding process than those who […]

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